[ UK /kɪnˈɛtɪk/ ]
[ US /kəˈnɛtɪk, kɪˈnɛtɪk/ ]
  1. characterized by motion
    modern dance has been called kinetic pantomime
  2. relating to the motion of material bodies and the forces associated therewith
    kinetic energy
  3. supplying motive force
    the complex civilization of which Rome was the kinetic center
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How To Use kinetic In A Sentence

  • URL van Baalen CA, Guillon C, van Baalen M, Verschuren EJ, Boers PHM, et al. (2002) Impact of antigen expression kinetics on the effectiveness of HIV-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Pressure difference adhesion and a kinetic pectoral girdle thus allow the clingfish to exploit a food resource unavailable to many other predators.
  • The fight for Samarra was not won on completion of the kinetic phase of operations.
  • When prescribing methylphenidates for curing childhood hyperkinetic syndrome, each prescription may only provide the common dosage available for no more than 15 days.
  • He was the author of more than 200 articles on chemical kinetic gas-phase reactions, molecular spectroscopy, and thermo-chemistry of organic compounds.
  • During the year the academy will provide training support for the athletes including the use of biokinetics and a course in special nutrition to enhance the athletes' performances.
  • Also, bronchodilators may demonstrate different pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic characteristics during an acute exacerbation of asthma.
  • Combination of a histamine H 2 receptor antagonist with a prokinetic agent may therefore provide an alternative treatment for reflux oesophagitis.
  • Even a relatively small chunck of rock (say in the 10 meter size range) travelling at 20000 to 50000 km/second has an huge amount of kinetic energy that cam translates into many kilotons/megatons of damage. Today's Video - Profiling the Ares Launch Vehicle - NASA Watch
  • Here, we observe that the difference is caused by reversible multimolecular association while folding in solution, an avenue of kinetic partitioning that slows the overall rate of renaturation relative to the chaperonin chamber, where such associations cannot occur. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue
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